04. Netherlands & Belgium

Index:

Castelin, Karel O. 1902-1981

Title:

Le statère BN 8744, une frappe 'ménapienne' ? / [Karel Castelin]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 116 (1970) p. 91-96, pl. 4-5 

 

Index:        

Colbert de Beaulieu, Jean-Baptiste 1905-1995

Title:

‘Criciru’ et ‘Roveca’ : les Belges sur la Marne  /  [J.-B. Colbert de Beaulieu et J.M. Desbordes]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 110 (1964) p. 69-102, pl. 7

 

Index:

Cumont, Georges 1852-1913

Title:

Monnaies gauloises trouvées dans la province de Luxembourg et en Brabant / [Georges Cumont]

Source::

Annales de la Société d'Archéologie de Bruxelles 24 (1910) 3-4 p. 387-394

 

Index:

Cumont, Georges 1852-1913

Title:

Trois monnaies gauloises trouvées au Titelberg (grand-duché de Luxembourg) / [Georges Cumont]

Source::

Annales de la Société d'Archéologie de Bruxelles 24 (1910) 1-2 p. 187-189

 

Index:

Delestrée, Louis-Pol

Title:

L'énigme du monnayage bellovaque / par Louis-Pol Delestrée

Source:

Revue Archéologique de Picardie (1983) 1 p. 235-237

 

Index:

Delestrée, Louis-Pol

Title:

L'ensemble des quarts de statère dits ‘au bateau’ en Gaule Belgique / Louis-Pol Delestrée

Source:

Revue Numismatique 151 (1996) p. 29-50

 

Index:

Delestrée, Louis-Pol

Title:

Les monnaies ‘au coq’ frappées en Gaule belgique / Louis-Pol Delestrée

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 22 (1980) p. 33-62

 

Index:

Delestrée, Louis-Pol

Title:

Les monnayages d'or de la Gaule Belgique dérivés du statère ‘à flan large’ / Louis-Pol Delestrée

Source:

Revue Numismatique 152 (1997) p. 91-120

 

Index:

Delestrée, Louis-Pol

Title:

La numismatique gauloise en Gaule Belgique : problématique et axes de recherche / Louis Pol Delestrée

Source:

Revue Numismatique. 6e sér. 36 (1994) p. 7-25

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc 1954-

Title:

Aecinio(s) et [ ]avna : deux nouvelles légendes monétaires du bronze Eburon de la série 'AVAVCIA' / Jean-Marc Doyen ; avec la collab. de Philippe Counasse

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 46 (2009) 3 (septembre-décembre) p. 179-193

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc 1954-

Title:

Une approche contextuelle des potins nerviens 'au rameau' du type A : l’apport du site du 'Mont-à-Henry' à Ittre (Brabant wallon, Belgique) / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Journal of Archæological Numismatics 2 (2012) p. 31-126

Abstract:

The excavations at ‘Mont-à-Henry’, Ittre, in the Belgian province of West Brabant, yielded four Gaulish coins in an archaeological context with a large amount of pottery hitherto dated to the Augustan period (see infra, p. 1-30); a reinterpretation of the chronology is therefore necessary. Three other coins are ‘au rameau A’ potins, produced by the Belgian tribe of the Nervii (Sch. 190, cl. IV). Until recently they were regarded as a typical late production of the region between the rivers Sambre and the Meuse controlled by the Atuatuci before the Gallic War. They were considered as largely postdating the Conquest, with a circulation period as late as the Julio-Claudian or even Flavian dynasty. Until recently pottery associated with this coin type was invariably dated after 30 bc, but a critical examination of the chronological data from a large number of contexts indicates a very different position. The ‘au rameau A’ potins actually appear at the end of LT D1b, c. 90 bc and disappear rapidly from circulation by c. 55/50 bc at the latest. Later finds attributed to the reign of Augustus show that they had lost their monetary status by then. The ‘potin au rameau’ Sch 190, cl. IV can now be considered as a reliable chronological indicator for the LT D1b/D2a period between 80/70 and 50 bc; occupation at “Mont-à-Henry” should be seen as belonging to the same period even if typological comparisons for pottery seem to indicate a more recent date.

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc 1954-

Title:

La circulation monétaire celtique dans le département des Ardennes : état de la question / par Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Archaelogia Mosellana. T. 2: Actes du XIe Colloque de l'Association française pour l'étude des âges du fer en France non méditerranéenne : archéologie en Sarre, Lorraine et Luxembourg : Sarreguemines, 1-3 mai 1987... / textes rassemblés par Frédérique Boura, Jeannot Metzler et Andrei Miron. - Metz : Service Régional de l'Archéologie de Lorraine ; Saarbrücken : Staatliches Konsevatoramt des Saarlandes ; Luxembourg : Musée National d'Histoire et d'Art, 1993. - P. 429-439

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc

Title:

Monnaies gauloises de sites et trésors monétaires de Gaule Belgique, trouvailles isolées et dépôts (1995-2005). Pt. 1 / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 42 (2005) 3 (septembre-décembre) p. 157-187

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc

Title:

Monnaies gauloises de sites et trésors monétaires de Gaule Belgique, trouvailles isolées et dépôts (1995-2005). Pt. 2 / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 43 (2006) 1 (janvier-avril) p. 206-213

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc 1954-

Title:

Les monnaies gauloises du sanctuaire de Fontaine-Valmont (Hainaut, Belgique) : essai de synthèse / Jean-Marc Doyen

Published:

[London] : Spink, [2009]

Note:

Offprint from: Coinage in the Iron Age : essays in honour of Simone Scheers / ed. by Johan Van Heesch and Inge Heeren. - London : Spink, 2009. – P. 85-97

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc 1954-

Title:

Monnaies gauloises inédites de la collection Stroobants : Ciney, Fontaine-Valmont, Mons et Taviers / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Amphora 59 (mars 1990) p. 64-71

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc

Title:

Le monnayage des Rèmes et la circulation monétaire pré-augustéenne dans les Ardennes / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Les Ardennes / David Nicolas ; avec la collab. de Raphaëlle Chossenot, Michel Chossenot, Bernard Lambot ; [préf. de Michel Zink]. - Paris : Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres [etc.], cop. 2011. - (Carte archéologique de la Gaule ; 08). - P. 90-100

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc 1954-

Title:

Les Nerviens, une histoire de gros sous / paf Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Le peuple gaulois des Nerviens : (France-Belgique). - [Chaponnay : Archeodunum], 2011. - (Archéo-Thema ; 14). - P. 56-61

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc

Title:

À propos de deux monnaies gauloises en argent découvertes à Modave (Prov. de Liège) / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 19 (1982) 2 (avril-juin)

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc

Title:

Un statère d'or gaulois découvert à Liberchies–Bon-Villiers (province de Hainaut) / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 21 (1984) 1 (janvier-mars) p. 1-4

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc

Title:

Un statère d’or nervien trouvé aux Bons-Villers (Luttre-Liberchies, Hainaut) / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 19 (1982) 1 (janvier-mars) p. 1-4

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc

Title:

Trouvaille de monnaies gauloises à Givry (Hainaut) : un type nouveau / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 20 (1983) 3 (juillet-septembre)

 

Index:

Guihard, Pierre-Marie

Title:

Les peuples de la basse Seine devant la menace des migrations belges au IIIe siècle av. J.-C. : essai de mise en perspective des sources historiques et numismatiques / Pierre-Marie Guihard

Source:

L'armée et la monnaie II : actes de la journée d'études du 25 avril 2009 à la Monnaie de Paris / présidée par le Prof. Yann Le Bohec ; textes éd. par Dominique Hollard. - Paris : SÉNA, 2010. - (Recherches et travaux de la Société d'études numismatiques et archéologiques ; no. 3). - P. 5-19

 

Index:

Hermand, Alexandre 1801-1858

Title:

Numismatique gallo-belge ou Histoire monétaire des atrébates, des morins et des nations gallo-belges en général / [Alex. Hermand]

Source:

Revue de la Numismatique Belge 4e sér. 2 (1864) p. 1-37, 149-201, 273-288, 421-440, pls. 8-12, 15-17, 21-23 ; 3 (1865) p. 1-16, 177-209, pl. 1-4

 

Index:

Jersey, Philip de

Title:

Belgic coins in Britain / Philip de Jersey

Source:

Celtic coinage : new discoveries, new discussion / ed. by Philip de Jersey. - Oxford : Archaeopress, 2006. - (BAR international series ; 1532). - P. 117-137

 

Index:

Jersey, Philip de

Title:

Some experiments in Iron Age coin production, and some implications for the production of Gallo-Belgic E / Philip de Jersey

Published:

[London] : Spink, [2009]

Note:

Offprint from: Coinage in the Iron Age : essays in honour of Simone Scheers / ed. by Johan Van Heesch and Inge Heeren. - London : Spink, 2009. – P. 257-269

 

Index:

Parisot-Sillon, Charlotte

Title:

Archéologie et numismatique gauloise : une contribution du Cabinet des Médailles de Bruxelles à l’histoire des Rèmes et des Trévires / Charlotte Sillon, Sylvia Nieto-Pelletier et Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Monte Artium 4 (2011) p. 129-151

 

Index:

Parisot-Sillon, Charlotte

Title:

La Gaule Belgique, un carrefour d’influences : l’exemple des monnayages d’or (IIIe-Ier s. av. J.-C.) / Charlotte Parisot-Sillon

Source:

Archimède 1 (2014) p. 272-280

Abstract:

At the crossroads of the Germans, the Celts, the Belgians and the Britons, Belgic Gaul was a place for contacts and exchanges between different protohistoric cultures. Numismatic data shed light on these interactions. In particular, the study of gold coins minted between the Seine and the Rhine reveals a variety of phenomena, from the imitation and the appropriation of foreign monetary types to the earliness and importance of the diffusion of gold currencies. Monetary typology allows evaluation of this ‘crossroads situation’. Indeed, the majority of gold coins minted in Belgic Gaul reproduce and adapt a particular iconography, the so-called ‘Gallo-Belgic type’, which appeared at first simultaneously in the Somme Valley and the Moselle Valley and which was spread by the end of the IInd century BC. Alongside the internal exchanges in Belgic Gaul, there is also the influence of external coinages – Germanic, Armorican, Roman –, which results in the use of specific typological elements. Moreover, the Belgic currencies and type were spread to the margins of the studied region, i.e. in Britain and, even, into the territory of the Parisii. The new data collected from the elementary analysis of currencies, in particular the observation of platinum and palladium concentration, allow the identification of several chemical signatures, which could correspond to metal stocks. According to this method, it seems possible to trace their spread, which does not appear confined to Belgic Gaul. Thus, one can hypothesize that several gold stocks were used during the Ist century AD. Furthermore, it appears that monetary typology of the region between the Seine and the Rhine can only be understood in the light of its interactions with other European cultures.

 

Index:

Parisot-Sillon, Charlotte

Title:

L’or de la vallée de la Somme : recherches sur le monnayage d’or ambien (IIIe-Ier siècle av. J.-C.) = The Somme valley’s gold : research on Ambiani’s gold coinage / Charlotte Sillon, Sylvia Nieto-Pelletier et Bernard Gratuze

Source:

Archéocciences (2012) 1 p. 117-126

Abstract:

The Somme valley is the birthplace of the Celtic coins of Belgic Gaul, exclusively made of gold. From those emissions derived a range of gold coinages emitted until the Ist century B.C. Their distribution kept on widening, eventually encompassing Belgic Gaul as a whole, as well as southern Britain. The new data made available about its metallic composition enables one to better understand the issues of this peculiar coinage. The analysis has indeed emphasized three successive phases in relation with metallic composition, which are consistent with the typological and metrological data. During the first stages of the process, the alloy is clearly derived from native gold, containing various amounts of copper. Then, the 'broad flan' series can be regarded as a transitional phase, during which the alloy is altered by adding silver and copper altogether, although in a limited proportion. Finally, during the Ist century B.C., such techniques are widely used, while the whole manufacturing process is more strictly controlled. Furthermore, the analysis reveals the wide variety of technical solutions which have been used for alloy melting and coinage striking.

 

Index:

Parisot-Sillon, Charlotte

Title:

L'or monnayé dans le Nord de la Gaule : recherches sur les monnaies d’or frappées dans le Nord de la Gaule entre le IIIe et le Ier siècle avant notre ère. Vol. 1 : Texte et annexes

Published:

[Orléans] : Université d'Orléans, 2014

Abstract:

This study deals with gold coinages struck in Northern Gaul. This territory, first referred to as ‘Belgic Gaul’ in Caesar’s writings, is located between the Seine and the Rhine. Specialists in ancient numismatics usually stress out various specific features displayed in this region, such as the unusually large amounts of gold coins which were issued there, as well as their peculiar iconography. This work investigates the implications underlying this important episode in Gaul’s monetary history, from its emergence during the 3rd century BC to its end at the beginning of the Roman period. In order to enhance our knowledge about monetary uses and history in Northern Gaul, a comprehensive account is thus proposed, which combines renewed typological and metrological studies with distribution maps, based on the most recent data available at this point. Besides, our interdisciplinary approach involves elemental analysis performed on a sample of 571 gold coins. The aim is to characterize trends in the composition of all gold issues struck in Northern Gaul, so as to identify chronological and regional patterns in monetary policies. By doing so, it thus becomes possible to stress out a distinctive set of strategies used by local authorities in order to control monetary production and to secure gold supplies through time. By combining iconographic, metrological and analytical studies, a new picture eventually emerges as regards dynamics in coin production and uses in Northern Gaul.

 

Index:

Parisot-Sillon, Charlotte

Title:

L'or monnayé dans le Nord de la Gaule : recherches sur les monnaies d’or frappées dans le Nord de la Gaule entre le IIIe et le Ier siècle avant notre ère. Vol. 1 : Catalogue et planches

Published:

[Orléans] : Université d'Orléans, 2014

Abstract:

This study deals with gold coinages struck in Northern Gaul. This territory, first referred to as ‘Belgic Gaul’ in Caesar’s writings, is located between the Seine and the Rhine. Specialists in ancient numismatics usually stress out various specific features displayed in this region, such as the unusually large amounts of gold coins which were issued there, as well as their peculiar iconography. This work investigates the implications underlying this important episode in Gaul’s monetary history, from its emergence during the 3rd century BC to its end at the beginning of the Roman period. In order to enhance our knowledge about monetary uses and history in Northern Gaul, a comprehensive account is thus proposed, which combines renewed typological and metrological studies with distribution maps, based on the most recent data available at this point. Besides, our interdisciplinary approach involves elemental analysis performed on a sample of 571 gold coins. The aim is to characterize trends in the composition of all gold issues struck in Northern Gaul, so as to identify chronological and regional patterns in monetary policies. By doing so, it thus becomes possible to stress out a distinctive set of strategies used by local authorities in order to control monetary production and to secure gold supplies through time. By combining iconographic, metrological and analytical studies, a new picture eventually emerges as regards dynamics in coin production and uses in Northern Gaul.

 

Index:

Pion, Patrick

Title:

Émissions marginales et monnaies rebelles : réflexion sur quelques anomalies dans la production et la circulation monétaire des Suessiones au Ier siècle avant J.-C. / Patrick Pion

Source:

Hommages à Claudine Pommepuy / textes réunis par Ginette Auxiette & François Malrain. - Amiens : Revue Archéologique de Picardie, 2005. - (Revue Archéologique de Picardie. N° spécial ; 22). - P. 225-230

 

Index:

Rossez, Caroline

Title:

Occupation du sol et circulation monétaire de la fin de l'Age du Fer à la fin de l'Antiquité dans la région de Merbes-le-Château (Hainaut, Belgique) / Caroline Rossez

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Etudes Numismatiques 47 (2010) 3 (septembre-décembre) p. 277-308

Abstract:

Using existing documentation and unpublished data this study attempts to define the settlement characteristics of a region on the fringes of the civitates of the 'Nervii' and 'Tungri'. Coin evidence indicates intense activity at the end of the Iron Age and enables two central places to be identified, on which the majority of finds are concentrated (a fortified site and a temple?). ﬈e supply and provisioning of Fontaine-Valmont is examined separately, and previous assumptions about the main phases of activity are revised in the light of the large volume of new discoveries. ﬈ere appears to have been intense pre-Roman occupation on the site and a noticeable decrease in activity towards ad 235; the extent of late occupation in the region (4th to early 5th century) has been previously underestimated.

 

Index:

Roymans, Nico Gerardus Antonius Maria 1954-

Title:

Celtic coins from The Netherlands and their archaeological context / Nico Roymans and Wijnand van der Sanden

Source:

Berichten van de Rijksdienst voor het Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek 30 (1980) p. 173-254

 

Index:

Roymans, Nico Gerardus Antonius Maria 1954-

Title:

Coin use in a dynamic frontier region : late Iron Age coinages in the Lower Rhine area / Nico Roymans and Joris Aarts

Source:

Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries 1 (2009) 1 (May) p. 5-26

 

Index:

Roymans, Nico Gerardus Antonius Maria 1954-

Title:

Eight gold hoards from the Low Countries : a synthesis / Nico Roymans, Simone Scheers

Source:

Late Iron Age gold hoards from the Low Countries and the Caesarian conquest of northern Gaul / ed. Nico Roymans, Guido Creemers & Simone Scheers. - Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, cop. 2012. - (Amsterdam archaeological studies ; 18). - P. 1-46

 

Index:

Roymans, Nico Gerardus Antonius Maria 1954-

Title:

Ethnic identity and imperial power : the Batavians in the early Roman empire / Nico Roymans ; [transl. from the Dutch and corrected by Annette Visser]

Series:

Amsterdam archaeological studies ; 10

Published:

Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, cop. 2004

 

Index:

Roymans, Nico Gerardus Antonius Maria 1954-

Title:

Keltische munten in Noord-Brabant. I / [Nico Roymans, Wijnand van der Sanden]

Source:

Brabants Heem 27 (1975) p. 92-94

 

Index:

Roymans, Nico Gerardus Antonius Maria 1954-

Title:

Keltische munten in Noord-Brabant. II / [Nico Roymans, Wijnand van der Sanden]

Source:

Brabants Heem 28 (1976) p. 64-65

 

Index:

Roymans, Nico Gerardus Antonius Maria 1954-

Title:

Keltische munten in Noord-Brabant. IV / [Nico Roymans, Wijnand van der Sanden]

Source:

Brabants Heem 28 (1976) p. 140-143

 

Index:

Roymans, Nico Gerardus Antonius Maria 1954-

Title:

Keltische munten in Noord-Brabant. V / [Nico Roymans, Wijnand van der Sanden]

Source:

Brabants Heem 29 (1977) p. 95-98

 

Index:

Roymans, Nico Gerardus Antonius Maria 1954-

Title:

Muntgebruik in een dynamisch grensgebied : Keltische munten in de Nederrijnse regio / door Nico Roymans ; met een commentaar door Paul Beliën ; [red.: Arent Pol]

Series:

Van Gelder-lezing ; 6

Published:

Utrecht : Geldmuseum, 2008

 

Index:

Sanden, Wijnand Antonius Bernardus van der 1953-

Title:

Een uitzonderlijke muntvondst in Zuid-Drenthe / W.A.B. van der Sanden en P.A.M. Beliën

Source:

Nieuwe Drentse Volksalmanak 127 (2011) p. 121-126

Abstract:

In 2006 the amateur metal detectorist Willem Steenbergen made a remarkable discovery while inspecting a trench dug for a gas pipeline between Rogat and Eemten in the southern part of the province of Drenthe. Northwest of the village of De Wijk, municipality of De Wolden, he discovered four coins in a low-lying area, in soil that he believed came from the trench. Steenbergen found the coins dispersed over an area of about 30-40 m. It is the combination of the coins that makes this a rather unusual find. One of the coins is a silver triquetrumstater (c. 60-50 BC) that is now attributed to the Eburones, a tribe that lived in an area that currently lies partly in northern Belgium and partly in the southern and central parts of the Netherlands. The Eburones were decimated by Julius Caesar during his Gallic War (58-52 BC). These coins are extremely rare in the northern part of the Netherlands, and up until now they have never been found together with denarii from the late 1st century AD, let alone in association with a sestertius from the 3rd century AD. The silver coins are in good condition, the bronze one is heavily corroded. Together, the coins span a period of nearly three centuries. It is a find that poses more questions than answers. Assuming the coins did not end up here in soil that came from a different part of the Netherlands, e.g. the middle part of the country, we think it is unlikely that they were buried here at one particular moment in time. A possible explanation could be that this site was used for offerings for a fairly long period of time. Around four years ago the same metal detectorist discovered two Roman coins together with part of a brooch near the village of Ruinen. These objects span a much shorter period – possibly less than a century – than the four coins that are the central topic of this

contribution.

 

Index:

Scheers, Simone 1943-

Title:

Coinage and currency of the Belgic tribes during the Gallic War / Simone Scheers

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 41 (1972) p. 1-6

 

Index:

Scheers, Simone 1943-

Title:

Frappe et circulation monétaire sur le territoire de la future 'Civitas Tungrorum' / Simone Scheers

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 142 (1996) p. 6-51

 

Index:

Scheers, Simone 1943-

Title:

Les monnaies des peuples belges portant une tête humaine de face / Simone Scheers

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 13 (1971) p. 38-75, pl. 4-5

 

Index:

Scheers, Simone 1943-

Title:

Un monnayage ambien attribué aux Bellovaci / Simone Scheers

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 115 (1969) p. 7-56

 

Index:

Scheers, Simone 1943-

Title:

Un monnayage gaulois non attribué de la côte maritime belge / [Simone Scheers]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 116 (1970) p. 65-90, pl. 3-4

 

Index:

Scheers, Simone 1943-

Title:

The origins and evolution of coinage in Belgic Gaul / Simone Scheers

Source:

Coinage and society in Britain and Gaul : some current problems / ed. by Barry Cunliffe. - London : The Council for British Archaeology, 1981

 

Index:

Scheers, Simone 1943-

Title:

Le premier monnayage des Ambiani / [Simone Scheers]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 114 (1968) p. 45-73, pl. 10-15

 

Index:

Scheers, Simone 1943-

Title:

Les statères bifaces du type Lummen-Niederzier, un monnayage éburon antérieur à la conquête romaine / Simone Scheers

Source:

Archaeological and historical aspects of West-European societies : album amicorum André van Doorselaer / Marc Lodewijckx (ed.). - Leuven : Leuven University Press, 1996. - (Acta archaeologica Lovaniensia. Monographiae ; 8). - P. 87-94

 

Index:

Thirion, Marcel 1925-1977

Title:

Le trésor de Fraire : monnaies gauloises en potin / [Marcel Thirion]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 108 (1962) p. 67-112, pl. 5-6

 

Index:

Thirion, Marcel 1925-1977

Title:

Les trésors de sesterces d'Elverdinge et de Werken : les imitations des bronzes de Postume et la circulation du bronze au IIIe siècle / [Marcel Thirion]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 106 (1960) p. 81-198, pl. 5-8

 

Index:

Van Heesch, Johan 1955-

Title:

Celtic coins and religious deposits in Belgium / Johan van Heesch

Source:

Iron age coinage and ritual practices / ed. by Colin Haselgrove and David Wigg-Wolf. - Mainz : von Zabern, 2005. - (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike ; Bd. 20). - P. 247-263

 

Index:

Van Heesch, Johan 1955-

Title:

Le trésor gaulois de Thuin = De Gallische schat van Thuin / [réd.: J. Van Heesch ; éd.: D. Allard ; trad.: A. Cahen, J. Lallemand]

Published:

Bruxelles : Fondation Roi Baudouin, 1991

 

Index:

Van Impe, Luc

Title:

De Keltische goudschat van Beringen (prov. Limburg) / Luc Van Impe … [et al.] ; met bijdr. van Brigitte Cooremans & Marnix Pieters

Source:

Archeologie in Vlaanderen 6 (1997-1998) p. 9-132